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Table 3 Paget cases in the literature with sacroiliac involvement

From: Sacroiliitis mimics: a case report and review of the literature

Case Sex Age Alkaline Phosphatase (IU/L) Laterality Imaging Confirmation of Paget disease Comments
Case 1 [10] Female 93 80 Bilateral Right SI fusion CT confirmation Chondrocalcinosis present
Case 2 [10] Female 81 120 Bilateral Left SI fusion CT confirmation  
Case 3 [10] Male 70 160 Left unilateral Left SI fusion CT confirmation  
Case 4 [10] Female 86 70 Bilateral Bilateral fusion CT confirmation Chondrocalcinosis present
Case 5 [10] Male 70 338 Bilateral Bilateral fusion CT confirmation Comorbid ankylosing spondylitis
Case 6 [10] Female 76 80 Right unilateral No fusion CT confirmation  
Case 7 [11] Male 45 106 Left unilateral Plain x-ray: sclerotic lesions in the left ileum, pubis, ischium and the fifth lumbar vertebra Bone scan: increased uptake same areas Bone biopsy with Pagetoid changes  
  1. This table depicts the features of the published cases of Paget involvement of the sacroiliac joint. Two publications (published in 1999 and 2010) and seven cases were identified and used in this discussion